iWALK 200 Foot Drop System

The following diseases that affect the Central Nervous System may cause Foot Drop:

  • Stroke
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury Cerebral Palsy

What is i-walk Foot Drop System?

The i-walk Foot Drop System utilizes Tilt Sensor Technology and Function Electrical Stimulation (FES) to analyze the movement of the leg and stimulate the appropriate nerves, to prompt the foot to life every step. The low level electrical impulses produced by i-walk activate the muscles to raise the foot at the appropriate time during each step cycle, creating a more natural and efficient walking pattern.


Tilt sensor technology is adapted to changes in walking speed and terrain allowing users to walk easily and giving users the mobility to step back to life again.
Functional electrical stimulation fees delivers programmed level electrical stimulation to activate nerves and muscles which lift the foot.

Product advantages

The Patented Self-adaptive Gait detection technology

  • Significantly simplify the fitting process
  • Enhance clinical performance

User-friendly Design

  • Rechargeable lithium battery
  • Proprietary electrode pads
  • Handheld programmer
  • Small and light stimulator

Biphasic Waveform

  • Equivalent of dual-channel stimulation
  • Less chance of skin burn

System Components 

The i-walk 200 system consists of an Electrical Stimulator, a Cuff, Electrodes (including Electrode Bases and Electrode i-walk Pads) and a Programmer that is used by physicians or trained professionals.
There are two types of electrode pads that can be used with the 200 cuff to deliver stimulation. One is adhesive i-walk electrode, the other is cloth electrode.

Analysis of Gait Improvementto use it?

When a patient uses the i-walk 200 for the first time, his/her clinician or trained professional will find the appropriate location of the electrodes and attach 2 electrode bases to the cuff (see picture, electrodes positions on the right leg).

Linkage Mode

Two stimulators need to be linked successfully. When main stimulator delivers the stimulation, it sends out an order to the linked stimulator. Then both stimulators will work at the same time to help users conduct active training. When user takes a step, i-walk stimulator will help him/her conduct active training (swing the arm or extend the hand) for improving coordination for the whole body.